Category Archives: Femininity and Womanhood

Emerging Victorious

Years ago, I got caught up in the doctrine of “do not handle, do not taste, do not touch” (which Paul warns against in Colossians 2:21 and I wrote more about HERE.)  Several things have contributed to my slow emergence … Continue reading

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I listened

You hear my story and you ask:  How could it have happened?  The answer is simple: I listened to you.  You: my friends, my family, my teachers, my coaches, my neighbors… . When you asked if the clothes made you … Continue reading

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The Letter

During the weeks leading up to the fall feast days this year, I was anxious, irritable and dreading the celebrations. Jon sensed how upset I was and tried to do all he could to help but the fact remained that, … Continue reading

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A woman’s path to freedom

In a recent interview I heard Glennon Doyle Melton say that there are two important steps to true freedom as a woman. The first: Do it without asking permission. I recently went through a series of painful events that helped … Continue reading

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How do we define “modest”?

. I was recently asked the following question after my post on the feminist fight for the “right” to go topless: Do you see [modesty] as cultural… or do you see a biblical expression of a specific definition of modesty? … Continue reading

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Feathers in the Wind

There is an old Jewish proverb that tells of a man who went around slandering his Rabbi to all of his townspeople.  One day, realizing that what he was doing was wrong, he went to the Rabbi’s house and begged … Continue reading

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Why we don’t allow our kids to read Hunger Games, Divergent or The Dairy of Anne Frank

Daughters of Jerusalem, I charge you: Do not arouse or awaken love before the proper time. Song 8:4 I recently had a conversation with my mom regarding all of the false ideals we often enter marriage with.  Children today have … Continue reading

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